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Old 04-07-2009, 07:25 PM   #5
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Re: theory on cardio endurance & muscular endurance

Originally Posted by Skylar Cook View Post
Strength increases capacity for endurance, yes. But doesn't directly increase it, i.e. you're not going to get amazing endurance without training at higher reps/longer distances.
true. thats why i mentioned the infrequent use of Tabatas with push ups for an example. but not the traditional way of high rep push ups all the time or or as the only way to train for muscular endurance. Mark whats-his-face from gymjones mentioned that tabata improvement can be seen in as little as twice a month practice of the protocal.

Thanks for the advice. I see what you are saying. kinda
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